Chesterfield Canal

Two Canal Pioneers

Walking alongside the Chesterfield Canal, it’s easy to assume that it has always been here. It seems such an essential part of the landscape that one forgets it is an artificial waterway that only exists because of big decisions made by many people long ago. Rod Auton, tells us more.

Artist: Susan Isaac

A Stroke Of Love

Cardiff-born artist Susan Isaac, now happily settled in Nottinghamshire, welcomes Made to her world of expression and colour.
Pilgrim Roots

Pilgrim Trails & Online History

Local walks featuring the Pilgrims’ story across the region. Dr Anna Scott, Heritage Consultant & Chair of the Pilgrim Roots partnership.
Pilgrims’ anniversary commemorations extend into 2021

Pilgrim Roots

Mayflower 400 programme set to continue with postponed events. Dr Anna Scott, Heritage Consultant & Chair of the Pilgrim Roots partnership.
Into Sherwood

The Major & The Oak

The Major Oak of Sherwood Forest attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Reputedly a shelter for England’s most famous outlaw, Robin Hood, and his merry men, it has become an icon in its own right. Yet, if it was not for the work of retired local man Major Hayman Rooke, it may have...
Welbeck Estate

Welcome To Historical Welbeck

Over its 400-year history the Welbeck estate has stood the test of time. It has welcomed politicians, dignitaries and royalty and played a role in significant milestones in the country’s history. Here we take a look back at the estate’s past…
Chesterfield Canal

Cuckoo Boats

The Chesterfield Canal is not linked to any other canals. Its only access is via the tidal River Trent at West Stockwith. It was one of the very first canals to be opened in this country in 1777. Thus the first working boats to use the canal were different from those used elsewhere. Rod Auton, Pu...



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The Harley Gallery

New Exhibitions & Events At Welbeck

Modern and contemporary art from the celebrated Jerwood Collection will be making its way to The Harley Gallery on Nottinghamshire’s rural Welbeck estate for an exclusive exhibition to open at the end of March.
Exhibitions

The Harley Gallery

Lost Architecture Julian BrayNotts artist, Julian Bray, as featured in our May/Jun 2018 edition of Made, returns to The Harley Gallery with his third exhibition ‘Lost Architecture’.

The Stopped Clock

The Love Of Glass

Glass artist Emma Mayle, owner of Stopped Clock in Newark, talks all things bright and beautiful as she presents her latest colourful collection of vibrant jewellery and contemporary interior pieces to Made.
Artist: Susan Isaac

A Stroke Of Love

Cardiff-born artist Susan Isaac, now happily settled in Nottinghamshire, welcomes Made to her world of expression and colour.
Artist Julian Bray

Exhibition

Local artist, Julian Bray returns to The Harley Gallery with his fifth exhibition ‘Lost Architecture’.
Bobbin Laces

Bobbin About

Multi-media artist and lace maker Suzanne Plamping, owner of SP Creative Crafts gives Made an insight into the intricacies of Bobbin lace craft, and how she is bringing her own modern take on this heritage pastime.


Nottinghamshire’s undulating landscape

Exploring Teversal Trails

In this issue travel writer and photojournalist Sally Outram leads the way through some of the most historical and inspirational places in Nottinghamshire.
Lord Byron

Nottinghamshire’s Playboy Poet

Lord George Byron is regarded as one of the greatest English poets and leading figures in the Romantic movement. A flamboyant rogue, he became known as the most fashionable poet of Georgian England, before scandalous affairs and spiralling debt led to exile in Europe. Here Made looks back at his...
Chesterfield Canal

Two Canal Pioneers

Walking alongside the Chesterfield Canal, it’s easy to assume that it has always been here. It seems such an essential part of the landscape that one forgets it is an artificial waterway that only exists because of big decisions made by many people long ago. Rod Auton, tells us more.
Pilgrim Roots

Pilgrim Trails & Online History

Local walks featuring the Pilgrims’ story across the region. Dr Anna Scott, Heritage Consultant & Chair of the Pilgrim Roots partnership.

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